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Why do I have Postcoital bleeding only after having unprotected sex ?

Girlfriend experiences bleeding during/after sex... ONLY when we don t use condoms. Why? When we use a condom she s fine. No blood . The bleeding doesn t last long at all either. A couple of months ago, we were both diagnosed with chlamydia . We followed all advised precautions so as not to repeat infection. Once we were both cleared, nearly a month and a half after the infection, treatment, and retesting, we resumed unprotected sex. At which she point, she resumed post coital bleeding. There s no discomfort or pain, just completely freaked out that something might be wrong... Both of us. Doctors and nurses we ve both seen seem to believe it s tied to her birth control , which is fine. What s troubling is the fact that this only happens when we DON T wear CONDOMS. Again, there s no bleeding the next day or anything. Not looking for a diagnosis, just looking for some intelligent ideas as to why this might be occurring, because at this point, invariably, we will be seeing them again. Thanks!
Asked On : Thu, 1 Sep 2011
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Read your prob, post coital bleeding occure in case of any vaginal or cervix infection or due to any unwanted growth of uterus. as you had chymidia infection so this is cause of it . you should discuss it with your doc n rule out cervisitis, n any prob of uterus. along with it you should get sonography n PAP smear.
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